The easy way to implement advanced functionality and achieve complex business requirements, without the need for plug-ins or server-side coding.

  • Ad Rotators
    Use the ad rotator module and spare the time to code scripts that automatically swap images.
  • Blogs
    Create, configure, customize and integrate with social media. Make your blog part of your online business.
    Secure your webforms by enabling catcha. Fight off spam and ensure a smooth management of real customers.
  • Comments
    Enable comments and allow users to rate items and provide feedback, thus increasing the value of your user interaction.
  • Content holders
    Distribute and easily manage content across multiple pages on your website with just a single click, through content holders.
  • Email campaigns
    Engage users through various types of email campaigns. Recurring to loyalty anniversaries and others, fine tune your process to enhance the user feedback.
  • Events
    Promote and manage simple events, using sign-up forms and payment collection, capacity limits and automate follow-up emails prior to the event date.
  • FAQ


    Users will always have questions. Stay prepared and provide essential answers through the AJAX enabled FAQ module.
  • Forums
    Enable community discussions through a forum. Let visitors post freely or moderate comments before they go live.
  • Media downloads
    Let users download media such as PDF files, Word documents, videos, and music.
  • Menus
    From simple navigation, to complex modern styled menus, discover how easy it is to give structure to your website using the BC menu modules.
  • News
    Keep your site up to date and visitors informed. Use the AJAX enabled news module for a smooth user experience.
  • Photo galleries
    Turn a folder containing images into a photo gallery, easy to manage and distribute across your site.
  • RSS channels
    Create and deploy RSS feeds of the content of your website, allowing users to subscribe for receiving updates from your website.
  • Secure zones
    Create members-only areas, restricting access to one or more areas of your public web site to only visitors with a username and password.
  • Site search
    Configure multiple search modules with different areas of reach, excluding products, site indexing, and configuring results pages.
  • Social media
    Go Social. Integrate Facebook and Twitter and allow users to interact with your website through likes, shares and tweets.
  • Web Forms
    Take user interaction to the next level. Let users subscribe, get in touch with you, submit files, make payments and more.
  • Customizing modules

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      You can customize the content displayed by modules such as blogs, events, and news items. For example, you can modify the default news module to display the end date of each item (if specified).

      Customize a module

      1. Select Site Manager > Module Templates and click a module template.

        Note:Some module templates let you modify the content of a number of layouts. For example, the Blog Layouts template lets you customize the content of the individual post layout as well as the list layout.

      2. Insert additional content in the layout by selecting tags from the Data tab of the Toolbox, found on the right of the editor.

        The tags represent dynamic content in the module. For example, to display the end date of a news item, insert the {tag_eventtodate} in the detail layout of the News template. When published, the end date is displayed in the module.

        The tags available for a template differ depending on the template selected. For details, place your cursor over a tag in the Data tab of the toolbox for descriptions.

        For a full list of available tags, see the Tag Reference

      3. Remove content by deleting tags in the editor.

      4. Rearrange the content by moving the tags in the editor.

      5. Click Save.

      Customize a module using Dreamweaver

      To use Adobe Dreamweaver to modify the content displayed in a module, you must first set up or import a Business Catalyst site. For details, see Dreamweaver-Business Catalyst integration.

      1. Select the module in Design view and then click Edit Template in the Property inspector.

      2. In the Business Catalyst panel, click the Data tab.

      3. Modify the template content by inserting the tags available in the Data tab.

        The tags represent dynamic content in the module. For example, to display the end date of a news item, insert the {tag_eventtodate} in the detail layout of the Announcements template. When published, the end date is displayed in the module.

        For details about each tag, hover your mouse over a tag in the list.

      4. Click Live to preview the page as it would appear in a web browser.